**Postponed**High School On Track: Land an Internship & Stand Out to College Admissions Officers
In light of the MOH's most recent update regarding gatherings of any size and our continued commitment to protecting the health and safety of our community members, AAS has suspended all events until further notice.
We will continue to monitor the developments of COVID-19 and ask that members follow the guidelines on MOH's website in the government's efforts to contain the virus.
Interested in this event? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more about future plans for the session.
Hosted in conjunction with The American Club
How do you explore future career paths and set yourself apart from the competition at the same time? Join this workshop to find out more about the role of internships in the college admissions process. Not only will you learn how to highlight and integrate your professional experiences into your college application essays, but you’ll also leave this workshop with effective and actionable tips and strategies on how to locate, secure and excel in your next internship. Get tips of how to create a standout resume, including how to target your resume, what hiring managers are looking for and common pitfalls to avoid.
Join our facilitators Alka Chandiramani and Andy Lee for this engaging and interactive session to come away with a better understanding of how to land an internship that will give you invaluable real-world experience and help you to grab the attention of college admissions officers.
This event is open to all parents and their students (ages 14 years and up) who are interested in pursuing higher education in the United States.
For parents and students (ages 14 years and up)
AAS & The American Club Member* (Individual): $20
Non-Member (Individual): $25
AAS & The American Club Member* (Student + Parent): $35
Non-Member (Parent + Student): $45
*The American Club members may also register through The American Club. Call 6737-3411, email email@example.com or drop by the Concierge.
About the speakers:
Alka is a multi-lingual human resources practitioner with over 25 years of HR and legal experience. She provides neuroleadership, intercultural training and executive career coaching to individuals, high school and university students in Singapore and around the region. She has also successfully coached clients in transition during their expatriate assignment.
In Singapore, she currently provides advisory services to AAS' Career Resource Center for Excellence (CRCE), with continuous support in their career-related programs. She was the CRCE Manager from 2008-2017, where she delivered career coaching workshops to the US Navy, US Embassy, other Chambers of Commerce and a diverse expatriate population from over 40 nations.
She is also a consultant with a number of international organizations; career coach with Career Navigators and Mums@work Singapore. Originating from Hong Kong, she speaks Cantonese fluently and has worked with multinational companies, legal firms and schools in Hong Kong.
Andy, the founder and CEO of Ivy Education, is a seasoned American university and boarding school admissions consultant with nearly a decade of experience. Andy, a graduate of Columbia and Cornell, has provided comprehensive educational counseling to over 100 students, many of whom have gone on to attend leading institutions like Columbia, Cornell, Penn, Berkeley, UCLA, Georgetown, NYU and USC. During his time as a graduate student at Columbia University’s Teachers College, he conducted extensive research on education trends and policies that impact both American and international students. Andy stays updated on the latest developments in the rapidly evolving field by attending education conferences, seminars and training sessions on a regular basis.
CRCE Cancellation & Refund Policy:
The American Association of Singapore (AAS) reserves the right to cancel events/workshops. In the event of cancellation by AAS, registrants can opt to attend another workshop or receive a full refund.
AAS Events and COVID-19:
As of March 20: AAS continues to monitor the current Covid-19 situation. In line with the latest MOH guidelines on social distancing, AAS has implemented a cap of 30 registrants to our offsite events and 10 registrants for office events and will ensure there is one meter between seats.
Latest advisory from MOH - MARCH 18, 2020 Click here for more information.
In view of the heightened risk of further importation of COVID-19 to Singapore, all are advised to defer all travel abroad with immediate effect. This supercedes MOH earlier advisory announced on 15 March to defer all non-essential travel abroad. The expansion of the travel advisory is to reduce the risk of infection with the virus when abroad, and spreading it to others when they return.
14-Day Stay-Home Notice for all travellers
To further reduce the risk of further importation leading to community spread in Singapore, the Multi-Ministry Taskforce will put in place additional measures for all travellers entering Singapore. From 20 March 2020, 2359 hours, all Singaporeans, Permanent Residents, Long Term Pass holders and short term visitors entering Singapore will be issued a 14-day Stay-Home Notice (SHN).
Do not attend AAS events if you feel unwell. Wash your hands frequently, or use hand sanitizer when soap and water are unavailable.
We thank you for your patience during this time. As a non-profit organization we will do all we can to limit disruption, and ask for your support and consideration in the event of cancellations or refunds.
We will continue to monitor the situation and check government health site every day for updates. The health and well-being of our members and guests is important to us, and we will continue to follow the advice of the MOH.
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